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Trying to find Doherty
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|Jane||Report||15 Jan 2003 03:14|
My grandfather, Frederick Thomas Doherty, was born in Birmingham in 1884. His parents were John (born Birmingham c 1855) and Selina (nee Wilson, born Birmingham c 1858). He had a number of siblings. Also, he had a daughter in 1913 by his first marriage, Olive Doherty. His first wife died and I don't know what happened to that child. Is anyone out there related?